Friday, October 22, 2004

Oregon: Are College Republicans working as interns for County Elections Offices around Oregon?

Below is an email sent out to college Republicans regarding an internship at Benton County Elections. This is a very serious situation as many other counties offer internships through county elections offices.

The process of volunteering as an intern is fairly easy. According to Benton County Elections, it is just a matter of students passing a background and have a professor at the University or Community College to be willing to oversee their work. That is the process to get college credit. For work experience, one just needs to pass the background and they are in. It is my experience that the elections offices are willing to take just anyone because they need the extra help.

To: OSU College Republicans
Subject: [Osucr] internship with the election office
Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2004 18:02:16 -0700

There is an internship open with the Elections Office.
Apply at the Elections Office in the basement of the Court House.
Luke Sheahan


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